Games to Watch Out For This July

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The summer lull of video game releases has finally arrived.

While there are definitely less games being released this month, however, there are still plenty enough to keep a gamer entertained. So whether you use July to catch up on some of the other stellar releases this year that you haven’t played yet, or play something entirely new, it’s all good.

So, what games have you got to look forward to in July? Here goes…

1

Jurassic World Evolution

Release date: 3rd July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

Preorder on Amazon

While Jurassic World Evolution is already available digitally, you can pick up a physical copy from July 3rd. You probably should, too, if you like the idea of running your own dinosaur theme park. Why not read our review of the game?

2

Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered

Release date: 3rd July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

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If you like destroying things, you probably ought to pick up Red Faction Guerrilla Remarstered when it launches on 3rd July. With its spruced up visuals and budget price, it’s a good buy. Look out for our review soon.

3

Shining Resonance Refrain

Release date: 10th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

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A JRPG on Xbox One!?! It’s a miracle! Shining Resonance Refrain will also be available on PS4, Switch and PC when it releases later this month. We’ll have a review closer to release.

4

Earthfall

Release date: 13th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

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Fancy teaming up with a bunch of fellow humans to decimate alien invaders? Yeah, we thought you would. Earthfall lets you do that, and it arrives halfway through the month.

5

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker

Release date: 13th July
Formats: Switch

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Take control of Captain Toad and track treasure in Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. I guess that makes sense. It’s available on Switch on 13th July.

6

Octopath Traveller

Release date: 13th July
Formats: Switch

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Octopath Traveler looks set to be one of the best JRPGs in years. Download a demo for it on the Switch eShop ahead of its release.

7

LEGO The Incredibles

Release date: 13th July (Europe)
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

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Like The Incredibles? You’ll love LEGO The Incredibles when it releases later this month. Though plenty have been enjoying it already. Damn you World Cup!

8

All-Star Fruit Racing

Release date: 13th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

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Mario Kart isn’t available on all consoles, and Team Sonic Racing is still some way away, so why not try All-Star Fruit Racing when it releases on 13th July if you have a kart racing itch? Watch out for our review just before launch.

9

Sonic Mania Plus

Release date: 17th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & Switch

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An enhanced and expanded version of Sonic Mania, Sonic Mania Plus releases this month and this time there’s a physical version. Pick it up if you want an art book and a snazzy reversible cover. We’re tempted to double dip.

10

Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion

Release date: 20th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

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Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion lets you freely explore the land of Ooo, sailing between kingdoms at your leisure. Surely that’s enough reason to want to play it?

11

The Banner Saga 3

Release date: 26th July
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

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The Banner Saga trilogy ends on 26th July with the release of The Banner Saga 3. We’ve already played half of it and it’s shaping up to to be ace. If you’ve not played any of the three games yet why not pick up the trilogy pack which includes a ‘best of’ soundtrack and a mini art book.

12

No Man’s Sky

Release date: 27th July
Formats: Xbox One

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No Man’s Sky arrives on Xbox One towards the end of July. Cramming in all of the content released since launch and Xbox One X support, it’s set to be the ultimate version of the game.

13

Warioware Gold

Release date: 27th July
Formats: 3DS

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Featuring more minigames than ever, Warioware Gold will provide hours of manic fun. It’s just a shame that it’s only on 3DS. Why is it not on Switch, Nintendo?